Nacka Bryggeri

Mexican Lager

Very light colored Champagne-beer. Fruity but not empowering light flavor. Rasberry? — 4 months ago


Iscider 33° Brix 2010

Very sweet but a wonderful rare and fresh apple flavor. — 6 months ago


Cider Revolution 2019

Like lemon lime Gatorade has a jolt of electricity running through it. — 8 months ago


Plũmenian Rhapsody Apple 2018

Wild, in a good way. — 2 months ago


Cider maybe? 2019

Subtle barnyard on the nose. Pears and apples are a nice mix. Slightly acidic. Smooth. Really like this. — 4 months ago

Elena Fucci

Titolo Aglianico del Vulture 2017

We’ve been embarrassing slow at exploring the greatness of the noble Aglianico grape in Sweden.
Full bodied and powerful but remains fresh and vibrant with plenty of energy and a mineral nerve. Somewhat unleashed and needs time to breath to unfold. Black Cherries, Currants, red plums with a floral lavendel like lifted followed by baking spice, sweet tobacco and a warm stone mineralogy that brings tension and energy. 
Fresh acidity and mouth coating tannins with a powdery texture that is well integrated in the good fruit concentration and full body with an expansive complexity and long finish.
— 7 months ago

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Geijer Glögg

California Fernet Liqueur

Fernet. Baking spice, snickerdoodle, anise. Mouthwateringly spectacular 😋 — 2 months ago

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Brunello di Montalcino 2016

Urban Wines of Sweden has somehow cojnured up this BdM and called it Armatura. If anyone knows more, please enlighten me. 36 mo on barrel and 12 in bottle, 14% alc. The wine is clear and dark red in color; nose is clearly Sangiovese but with more dried red fruit (almost ripasso-esque) including both strawberries and dark cherries, spices, chocolate, and mineral hints; taste is subdued and mild with fine tannins, but elegant fruity with nougat, lemon-pepper. Overall seems well made but with a structure better suited for early drinking than long-term storage. — 4 months ago

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Anthony De Blasi

Anthony De Blasi

As far as I know the grapes come from Pietranera...
Martin Bergo

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Thanks Anthony. So, they come from close to the town. Have you tried it?
Anthony De Blasi

Anthony De Blasi

I didn’t try it yet. But I guess these are declassified grapes for own production so they sell it to third parties since they still can be bottled as Brunello di Montalcino. And this without having their name attached to it...Without taking a position, your scoring makes me believe this is the case